Youth Education & welfare Society's National Senior College

National Campus, Mulana Azad Road, Sarda Circle, Nashik-01

युथ एज्यूकेशन & वेलफेयर सोसायटीज़
नॅशनल सीनिअर कॉलेज

नॅशनल कॅम्पस, मौलाना आज़ाद रोड, सारड़ा सर्कल,
नासिक - 0१

College ID: PU/NS/AC/106/2007
ISO 9001:2015 Certified

NAAC Accredited "B" Grade (CGPA 2.16)

AISHE ID-C-41751
Established: July 2007

Affiliated to Savitribai Phule , Pune University, Pune

Head of Department

Name: Mrs. Anagha Prashant Mahale

Designation : Assistant Proffessor,H.O.D.(B.C.A.), Students Development Officer

Qualification : B.C.A.,M.C.A.(Science)

Contact No. : 9021126614

Email ID :

Highlights of the Department:

Board of student development was established in YEWS National Senior College in the academic year 2018-19. This department arranged the various activities for student development in collaboration with Savitribai Phule Pune university. The College submitted the proposal for the listed activities and received the grant to run the activities in the college. From the year 2018 college framework the committee and assigned the role for each committee members to run the activities under this department. This department arranged the various activities for student skill enhancement as well as overall development of the student related with his personality, skill, ability and competency.


  • To provide financial assistant with the help of earn and learn scheme.
  • To guide and motivate student.
  • To make them independent and empower them.
  • BSD promotes and co-ordinates the different students’ activities for better human life.
  • BSD tries to nurture students' mental, physical, cultural growth with various activities to improve their overall personality development.
  • To make them civilized Indian citizens to compete in the globalized world.


Name Designation
Asst. Prof. Anagha Mahale Coordinator
Mr. Liladhar Patil Member
Asst. Prof. Reshma Khan Member
Asst. Prof. Snehal Nale Member
Asst. Prof. Machindra Mule Member
Ms. Tabassum Shaikh Member
Mr. Majid Peerzade Member


Earn and Learn Scheme

The main objective of the scheme is to develop a student as a multifaceted personality with academic excellence and a commitment to an egalitarian society. India lives in her villages and to bridge the gap between rural Bharat and urban India, this scheme is basically undertaken for the benefit of students coming from the rural areas, who are economically backward, intelligent and meritorious but cannot afford higher education, needy and financially hard pressed. It inculcates in the student the idea that no work is big or small and develops a work culture with the right aptitude. the scheme should be flexible to give work to those who demand it. This is a vision of keeping our youth gainfully employed as well as to contribute from civil society. This is a paradigm shift in the way we see higher education. This will make higher education accessible and available to the poor, meritorious marginalized.

The scheme is at present being undertaken at the graduate level in the affiliated colleges under the jurisdiction of the University of Pune. Financial assistance to the extent of fifty percent of the expenditure incurred by the affiliated Colleges/ Institute is reimbursed to the concerned on submitting the necessary papers to the Director, Board of Students' Welfare. Under this scheme those students who are interested in joining are to fill the necessary application form, which is then scrutinized by an appropriate committee. The list of students who have been finally enrolled in the scheme are to be sent to the Director, Board of Students' Welfare on or before 15th September every year, subject to the condition that the College / Institution has been given permission to undertake the scheme. The students enrolled under the scheme are given the following types of work namely-That increase their skills in areas of their study, office work, technical work and field work. However when the distribution of work is given it is seen that all students get equal opportunity to get all different kinds of work and that each student gets eighty percent of technical work and twenty percent of fieldwork. Office work includes working at the Library or any other office of the institute.